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4320 hydraulic remote

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09-24-2012 18:23:25

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What other tractors used the same remote like on a 4320 .I am thinking of buying it and somebody just put a plate over the right side remote. I have the handle and the linksge. Does anybody have one for sale?

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Tx Jim

09-25-2012 10:46:55

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 Re: 4320 hydraulic remote in reply to Nathan Kapp, 09-24-2012 18:23:25  
There is no rectangular cover for RH SCV delete unless AR71188 is still on 4320. Parts key #3 R50065 VALVE COVER in above photo is plate for no RH scv. I'll post photo for rectangular cover(parts key #22 R41446) for LH remote delete

This post was edited by Tx Jim at 10:50:43 09/25/12.

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Tim S

09-25-2012 11:41:37

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 Re: 4320 hydraulic remote in reply to Tx Jim, 09-25-2012 10:46:55  
I have some of those #22 covers here, I lend them out while a customers SCV is down so he can continue to run the tractor. We use to run them when we were tractor pulling to lighten up and get them out of the way.

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Tx Jim

09-25-2012 04:07:16

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 Re: 4320 hydraulic remote in reply to Mike Aylward, 09-24-2012 18:23:25  
Photo #1 is of plate that requires removal. Photo #2 is of plate(parts key #13 AR71188) that you'll need along with the SCV.
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Cliff Nelson

09-25-2012 09:51:44

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 Re: 4320 hydraulic remote in reply to Tx Jim, 09-25-2012 04:07:16  
If he already has the lever someone may have removed the scv and installed the rectangular cover in it's place. Please post the pic of the rectangular cover for reference if you don't mind. I haven't mastered posting pics yet.

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09-25-2012 03:49:45

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 Re: 4320 hydraulic remote in reply to Mtractor, 09-24-2012 18:23:25  
I see you have lever and linkage which makes it simple.One thing I found out the hard way is when you remove plate there are a couple springs and small round balls that need to be there to make 3 pt. work .They usually stay in place but not always.Jim might have an illustration.The 55 series are best as they have a nice sliding dust cover.Sometimes I have extra valves just not right now.I like the third valve set-up but there were not that many 20 series with them.

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Cliff Nelson

09-24-2012 20:46:04

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 Re: 4320 hydraulic remote in reply to Mtractor, 09-24-2012 18:23:25  
All side console 20 series on up through 40 series scv's will work. You may have to change the lever depending on what it came off of.

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09-25-2012 03:40:37

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 Re: 4320 hydraulic remote in reply to Cliff Nelson, 09-24-2012 20:46:04  
If you are going to buy one the ones off a 50/55 series are factory pioneer coupler and are much better than the older 20/30/40 SCV boxes .Even with the kit to make them pioneer they are prone to leakage and dont work as nice.
Usually the box will be around $500 and levers are about $150 or more.The lever takes a little time to install as it is not in a very handy spot if the tractor has a cab or wheels in to 30in.

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